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NEW-YORK, MONDAY, JANUABY .'i. 1898. TWELVE PA(iES.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
?J8HNELL A CANDIDATE.
the OOVBRNOH oPKN'I.Y IN TOB FIET.n
AQAIN8T SENATOR HANNA,
?ARS OK DISORPRR AT TIIS OHIO RTATF. HOU8S
TOPA* WHM THV. UHMLATtnUi ORCAN
UM- A ITAtVMBNT FROM
MR HANNAS P1PK.
Columhus. Ohio, Jan. 2 ?Cknrernor Bushnell.
. an Interview to-night, mrxlo tlM fr^t an
ncur.rew^'' of his candidacy for thn Kenator
tf'p. He said:
"I am a candldata only In the receptive sens'1.
I wtnt the membera of the General Aoaembly.
to utile It for Utemetlvea, If I have any politi?
cal future ? want to rent H right now apon my
espaattloi) to Benator Banna. The poopta of
mi il ?'" ' " v "i''r|,,n. are tired of boeetem,
.j B.; ? -, ? '. because of my appointees here,
MM of t ?? working against Senator llanna.
?H city 1' ? ' naployea from Waeh
,?,. ? ' ftnd 1 Othtng 1h xaM about them
I am tired ' thla attempt to hold me up. It
HfBM owe anything to P?n
?ir: H, -> , fter the way i wu.? treated by Mm
tr.fl hli ' ' " '' *B* 'nv;' State Convention.
? ?;? - r ..ds think they can
fC,r(. ? tenlng to at n1 the InauKura
t)on,,.- ?? limply mistaken in their
j^gj., ? ft ? in A i ' Thomp
U4 of F ? ? - " nbuul tin- hotel
lobbl.? that If I t I ?; out I will hare no
Inane ra " : ; ' ill. If the i !?'?" of
the State ? t It, I I don't < are."
PREPAR1 D FOU ANY DTBORDKli
There are tadlea nigh I here of m
trouW?. at least of disorder, .-it :h?> 8'Bte House
to-morrow Bine? t!ie caucuses of lut I
both the H ii nd the opposition ar"
cisirr.inir en< irk votes fi r the rganlaation oi
th* House I trouble la fi ired in the Senate
ehamber a? I Ii bellavad that H-nator Burke,
one of th? Republicans, will reni In away and
Uim permit the Dem erats ?? eli rflcera In
trat body. M the n H u? last
niyhi ? ? enteea, and Al< ?ander
Bagwell received : y M "? tea for the Speaker
f :; nomination, "? votes to
mprr, ? - ? tlon, tf a! re pi -
the law, aftei ten ballots are taken, ??? ;' candi
date re? ' v""" '?
declared elected even if It f" then not a ma?
jority i ? Griffith, of Clinton County, who
wa# anal le ? '? al the eau t night on ac?
count of -: hat he will be
here to-mon ?w I vol for Boawell, who i* the
gitana ' for Si ker, and Mr. B
wli the two
,.,..,.. ....??', ? in addition
la the absent n ? - ny otl er Republ mi
have been aent for to lay >?> both ?
are arriving to-nlghi Il ' I that i
of the nr-!- '? ?Uoh
.? . , ?. -, i | -t.~ irttni I 11 'h* hnll of
the House 1 ' v ni Prate,
Charla? Klnney ? stn : t Hanna man, will pre
f : |C ?g the H '? electa a Bpeaker.
nttelpatloi there have been
threat? n,a?> during the'Vlay Mr. Klnney is
,v 1 to hav? " a itront force of tempo?
rary aergeanta-at-an ?? ready for any
t-inerRenry
The eomblnatloi of pemoorats an<? antl
)!??;', ? - i ? ? ht that they
will fleet Barry C. Mas ?n, of Cleveland, an
? ? i S] eaker, and seat
I,)m. ?f Representative Mason should receive
t re rotee there will be i.o tronbl?
?:.king his s< at, but
' Uf ?f il'p ?ri'.t r prevlotta to the > allot
and i wlblf during the balloting
anting of the vota Th Itloi
that they Will have the fortj -? :: 1
eratlc votpg in th'- i! tuse i ' <3 and nine F
ll-ar. rotea or '?:)' more I igh to *!??ft
tteket. The Dei ti ire n maln
Ith the antl-Hanna and antl-Boxwell He
; i vi ry - I -? ''? ?' nd aaj that th aa R<
? t. 9v did not attend the caucus la^t
r.i^ht are with t
9UI11I I 'N I" 'fhTFT'I, Ml Ml
There are 1 : ra who are
oppoK-" ? r rail ng for Re
publicans for B] ? aker and
thrt-e Dei | i the ]
cratie eau t night uni ? w< ra as
eurei* that they would not l
vote f - .; I.
aaj? < . : >t vote for Ma? n or
oth'-r Rej ? ? |tdatea Thej simply on
nee that ? ?? : ? -?-.
' " ' ' they .it, un
pled??- ?> result depending on the
Cham??? te eltl er way, tl
? wh i did ! ?
1er the ,: the atroi geal
preasui
re I ?-'?? b.-. i.
Irres; .rgt-s during the day of hr
" ' ? f It ai mi ble The op?
position t ? : if ? ti declared that
any ex ? -
Ipeakei -. be I . wed i v u , but
there are , ....
Influer.r-r., on ,,.), F;,?,.y ,uyj ()U a), ,
cannot le ira> <-? to any trustworthy source.
The . ...n claim that Manon will be
ihor' I ?tea and four Repub
iwHi, and* thai
Mat". ? ffty votea WThl a both
1 '?" an a majority to "?nir op
por.er.t*, neither aid) limi m ire than one vote
to spare, ai ? the altuatlon acema to rerjuire
?uch do? \A, ? hli K aa to cauae tha m at I Itter
feeling
A BTATEMERT I'li' U THE HANNA SIDK
k?1? ?as' r Hat na an I i la aeso
' ''f'', si ' lari i's gave i ^t the fol?
lowing at ? ? rdlng tha result of the
cauc?sea;
' ? ? ' -, ? rht aesu rea 1 -
' ...
?
y for 1 ? ? free
!;'"?*{ . ?
; ttes had claimed t
nepiii . - |
*i''~ ? lestead
??'>,-'" . otheri
* ? ?
f tha H aucui
' ? ? . ? l of that nun
: ?
with ei
? ?? de
. r Ihem ?? ? '::.' word ? H
'???'. ? ?
,? m? ?hi \ ???
;?r y,j!-':T '?' ? sulu ei >iin.Ke
u "'? ^ ' K natoi Hi a .? d " ? fl| I - ?? 11
f? ,: ' '. : ? mi ' ?
W tie ?'., ;,,;!.]; .,,.? (%- t , ... |ntry !
hn v.
?ifte v,
o-?t by the ... tlon of a .'/??? aiiver B?i.at r with
: can v^ti ?, and
wat this publl ii niimi ? ? w . ,
^',0 h? the l wer to determine this '.";>? 'ion. and
oifet ' ?? ' i to vote with the onrly
wati
!..
'.' am Hanna Republicana and th?
ly laai night, thej
?at Jotntly before midnight and nominated
Uttyor McKlMon, o# Cleveland, for ? ?i<- short
term ano Oovernor Buahnetl for tha lorw? term
'or Hi-nator, and entered Int'. a f'islon atfi'?e
nierit to orKanlze both house?
Jfl-'iiE NAHH RB8IONI
Judge o?- :^e K Naah, chairman of th? R?
labiican Btati J> I ttee, 1 <?'???
1 : ttei ti Gi /emoi Bu hn II :? Ignlng hla p?>?.
^?" a? a trustee of tha ( hk aayl un for ;:pii?p
ttc? at Galilpoiia, u> which posJUoja Judge MMl
toullnBTil ?in Seventh i'aur.
ARB 77,/: FRENCH IX KHARTO?Mf
MORI BRITISH TROOPfl onr>r.itF.r> to the
SOUDAN MBNELIX on thh MARCH
Cairo, Jan. 2.?A battalion of the Cameron
Highlanders lias boon ordered to be In readings
I aeetmd the Nile a fortnight hence.
IiOnflon, Jan. 2 A dispatch from Malta pays
that a battnl1?n of the S af .rth Highlanders has
beer, ordered to Egypt.
The Cairo correspondent of "The Pally Mall"
fay?, as rnrt explanation of the British advance
op the Nile, that it is bettered French expedi?
tions have arrived quite olo?r. t) Khartoum. Ac?
cording |0 the tame authority, the British force
win he command? d i y Major-General Sir Fran- ,
ris Grenfell.
The Homo correspondent of "The Ttally Mall"
, say.'':
"I learn from private ?sources that the Ttn'lnn
Forelso Oflloe has received Information that
Emperor Menellk has summoned the Abysslnl
nns to arms in support of Prench enterprise 9
In equatorial Africa, and especially the plan.?
of the Roaalan Count Leontleff, Governor of the
equatorial provinces of Abvaalnta.
"Menellk himself Is yetting out at the head
of an army, and It Is believed the movement
! masks an expedition against the Ajtglophtle
Hits M?ncasela, whose province, Tigre, th<
Negus wishes to annex. I ulsu hear that Mem -
1 lik. cale -. si ng upon the remissnesi of the
Italian Government, purposes an advance
tow nd tiif ( oast."
'The Daily Mall." commenting editorially on
? the foregoing, dispatches from Rome and Cairo,
suggests that the Man hand expedition hai
beyond Fashoda and reached Khan urn. "Il la
Impossible," says "The Dsllj Mail,' "for tl ? r
pedlllon to have fought Its waj there, and It can
, only have arrived In alllan ??? with the Khalifa,
? ting s si
in response to tl ? ? qu< I of Sir Herbert
Kitchener it hn? been arranged to send four
batta ' m I ro 10 rej iesl Ined ;?>
t:ike part In the British advance toward Khar
mum, one ? ; Malta and Gibraltar, and
two others to l"- stopped while en roui
?? from India.
morning ; per editor! .*
; the gravit I tuatd n thai con
vanee bef re the 1 I !
The Times" suggests thai II woul I b< ifei
to send
"The Morning Post" '-ails the f< rce Insufficient.
; and points to the "suspicious attitude of the
Marchand expedition, whl h, it Is reported, ha?
: !' la." II says:
"If the expedition has advanced in del
' I f the Prench < .it, i ta
members are filibustera and m:'-' i ty the pen?
alty. If. howi .? r. they have any sorl of sane
tlon, it la time for Great Britain to make her
views cleat ly undei si >d."
A dispatch from Cairo say*!
"While it Is hoped the Dervishes will mak>
their pi I at) k. it is considered likely
that, on l< 1 1 Ing our pre] ra meel them,
they will pi r I remain In their stronghold
? Mete neh."
A dispatch from Cairo, via Pat a 8H Friday nn- j
1 that a Fren ? ? expedition had 00
Fashoda, on the Nils, t four indred miles
I Khartoum, and that i; ara reported sn
... tives t' t the Frei
river.
STILL FIOBTINO ON Tin FROSTIER.
A HP. IT i ?> H HKilMKNT HEMUXD IN HY REBEL
nUBKSJMIM.
Calcutta, Jan. 2. The Zakka-Khels have
Mocked the road from AI! Mir |id ta Lundi K ??
tal, preventing the establishment of communi?
cation with General Sit William I/'ckhart. The
cnemjf la very active, a'id has fired on tb? Ox
fordshlrs Regiment, which is engaged In con
v iy duly at Khyiier Pasa, wounding Colonel
Piowden and Lieutenant Owen, some of the
men, being hampered by th^ tusk of removing
the wi unded, had difficulty In gaining shelter.
Three men were kille 1, and Including
1 'aptal i Parr, were ? oundi d In subsi
ng Finall) th< > n*ei .:? In< d by ai
company, and 1 I ?sures,
where they aro awaiting ? menta
It Ut 1 rted 1 thai the Afrldla
luncil v, ith a view of
. - .
While General Hammond was examining the
enemy's caves near Lundl-Kotal after the re?
cent fighting, shots were fired ai the group of
i- standing with him Lleutenani Ham
I, his orderly officer, waa -? ? '.;. wounded
iVBTRALIAN? BOUND FOR ALASKA.
A BTDOET OF NEW! FROM HAWAII BROtTOHT BT
THE STEAMER IftOWXRA.
Victoria, B. <"., Jan. 2-The steamer Mlowera
.Australian minera bound for the
Yukon Bh< aim bring? these sdvl es from ;
.1 inr date of 1 >?? ?.???int ? r 24:
The snnexatlonlsta professed to be pleased with
1 ? etved ft ora \v - Ington bj 1 ba Ma 1
., ? the other side say that it has 1
atlon s mong I he It 1 dei a of the O* ? ? 1
ment
The American schooner Emma and i<oui?a, Ca]
tain Harris, from Kan IMcko, recently arrived al
Hen lu The 1 thooi er had no 1 ? ? ren a
ird Th< aptaln re] rta thai tin r
? ash? ". away in heavy weather, although the
hay piled hitrh on the decks seema to ba lu?
?a 1 and uninjured. The cu?toms authorities have
a srned to keep sn eyi 1 and
Louisa, H ..? was thoroughly Beat be
Two ! ed kegs of b< er fr >m Portland were re
emptied Into the Honolulu Harbor by the
? ? being a for it, no
: .ty.
? Btate : Inlng-shlp Adams arrived
at Hi ?j the ? Bh< la I foi a crul
I the apprentices 1 he baa a ird
will remain In porl ovar Hi? lay* On her
? t nils? ehe left Hun D;<-po ? n November 21,
? r all the way to Hilo, wl
on the Ht I I
1 rai Mate Anden in and n seaman, I.ar??n, of
iiie barkenttne Kllkltat were km ued from th?
. . it of ?? asel I" n ?'.-ver' ?rale off Can? Menrio
? . on December i and drowned Th< Kilkltal
rtv? 1 In Honolulu on the tad, thirty ?'? y from Porl
Townsend, after an unusually hard trip
TROUBLE FOR Tin: BRITISB IN BORNEO,
taaS CAFTURB a GOVERNMENT STATION
London, Jas. 2- A dispatch from Lahuan, British
Borneo, 1 it In wnned oa with a British ?*
... : ? ? a rebel I? 1 l< 1 Matss leh. In ?
:. ? Bon? Tallt a, an ea rape 1 nvlct, atta tked,
. small following, and took I.lnibawHiiK, a
?mall Government station on the Padas River,
'. IV.
Mr. Fraser, the officer in charge, had a narrow es
eape Ha la now returning artth eljrhl police and
? ?? <'..?. pjmka it is not known whether 1
.- 1 l rs from Mat? illeh II M .s.
Plover !m k;c>ii 1 i; to demonstrate along the coast.
THE STATUS QUO IB B?NQABY.
Budapest, Jan. 2. The Hungarian Government
not formally Issued d< o a, bat by note to
Austria baa agreed to malntali I itatt quo,
?i ??.:?; ?! Austria adheres to the pre? ?? reciprocity
arrang? m
; SOINBERS TO Kll.l' UP TBS HOBT.
London, Jan. t?George Barnes, secretary of the
Am gamatad Bodsty ol Engineers, In lbs coursa
I, at Lamb? tb, Lond in. this < Ing .?
. thai the men ty of funda and In
?. j to continua tba ?'?t.
? -
? PRINCE BISMARCK'S CONDITION,
Frledrtohsruh, Jan t?Prince Bl marck'a condl
' tlon la la no ? y worse. Ji to ?a hti ml day bath
uaJ.
'v.ur'H Day be passed In the compani of
Karben Bl?mer h the ? louai and O
1 William Bismarck, tba 0? 11 An:u:'H',,A
,t.,. eount and Co int??a Rantsau Ha did not r?
tire intll l SO thla m<rn1t.?-'
: rysander and Lr. Bebweptngsr were also
. ?!,, |?tur and Couni Harberl Bismarck
' left Frledrlchsruh to-day
?
TURKS! WANTS ? FIRST-CLASS CRDISKR
Londm, Jen. I ? ? ? M " S1 ??'??'1,-h ,0 "T^,,
Tlinrt" tf'm '?otictfiriUn |.i". in :"?;?' I
b?M-n Issuad Inatructlua the Admiralty to ipi 1
the Elswick Worka (Baron William Ara iroi
for estimate? on ?i><?cJnY?ll"!1? of a fimt-ila??
K>t
i.r
mored cru I Mr.
Six PERISH BY FIBS.
A JBR8BT CITY FAMILY ALMOST OBI.IT
ERATED IN* AN EARLY MOHX
INQ BLAZE.
THREg PERSONg INJURED, OR? PROBABLT
FATALLY?TRI ROV8X ONLY gUOHTXT
DAMAOED PTRSMKR ACCUgED OF
COWAROICI BT ORB OF TIIH
gURTTVORB.
A fire which broke out early yesterday morn?
ing in the house of Adolph P.eloh. at No. "17
Qermanla-ave., Jersej City, resulted in the
deatha of Fix membera or th ? family, and prob
ably fatal injuries to another. Thedaad are:
Hi:i.'il. Adolph, th* rather, forty four v.ir? oil.
RKICH. Emma, iba mother, t I ?? oM.
REICH, Matilda. ihter ef
Mrs, Re? h by hi ^?.
REICH, Ida ? s !
ra yean old.
Rl ICH, '? iv!;,,-. reicht ?J,-.,li (,|,1.
The injur? >1 .ire;
REICH, Rlgmui !. nineteen yfars '?Id; burnel fr.'in I'll
to f1'-'. Taken to Cttj Hospital; ni?v recover.
REICH, Henry. **x*n\ n .- ira eM; badly bnraed ?(??"it
faee and : ?? ??. ???? II n ? over.
CONWAT, 1 Tiler of the lira H*:,artm?>nt: rut on
? and leg b) fi : ng through ? barned :'
Takes boBM . -i ! a Hl ,- ,r< r.
Adolph Reich's house was on Cern?anla ave.,
near the Hud on Co inty Boulevard, on th?
side of .!??: | Cltj H Ights The basement is
below the level of the strei l Then la ? veran?
da, the ro;>f <>f which is a > with the
nd floor, where the sleeping apartments are
located The flrsl floor was divided Into three
rooms a from parlor, n rear parlor and a alt
com, The basement bad 01 ly two i
a kitchen and dlnlng-ro un. Th- upper Ho I - I
a storeroom .-, i i ? l bedroom in front, which was
m cupled by Mr. and M R< h, Bai k of
wem three bedrooms, in whieh tha oth -r mem?
bera of the family slept The house was built
for Mr. Reich five ynrs ago. The owner had
to economize In anace I i provide rooms for oil
the family, and i* was necessary for the sons to
through the room occupied by their Bieten
in going t.. or from thi Ir own rooms. The atatra
occupied Htt! apace and ivere steep, Tha apace
between the foot o? tha it aira and the front
<1 or was less Minn live foot. I? was In thin
small space that the b dies of Mr. Reich and bi?
sons, Albert and Gustav, were found. The
bodies of Mr?. Reich atid her two daughters
wen discovered In the basement hall, between
the door and , he stain.
Henry and Sigmund, tha two surviving sons.
who had been calling, reached home about 12:.">n
o'clock ye terday morning. The family had re?
tired, an<? were aleeplng soundly. Who d ?
??''?I the Are and gave th.- alarm Is unknown.
The two sons were awakened Henry ran down?
stairs, and fell over his father, who had been
thrown d >wn by a bicycle. They both go1 up
and ?.in out Into the afreet The flamea had
then eaten into the hall, and singed Henry, who
was In his night shirt llf ran to the corner and
there mel Oustav Loth, of No. 182 Zabriskie-st,
Who Sound.-.i th.. alarm of fire from I'.ox No. 01.
Blgmund, who f [lowed Henry, found his father
In the street tit th?- foot of tho gtoop. Mr. Reich
dly a^k^d: '?Whim's mamma? Where'i
Tilli'-'.'" Blgmund, supposing that they had nol
been aroused, <in.-im,i ha<-k through the smoke
and llam-s and up th? stairs to th? bedrooms
lb- groped about In the dark, ?f.d. although al?
most suffocated, went into ail the bedrooma and
found that they were vacant As h* returned
to tha stairs, the only way of exit, a sheet of
flame enveloped him, and h* foil down. He r*
tained his aelf-poaasssion. stopped braathlna
and crawled on his hands and knees to the
an i > " aped. He was taken la charge r,y
n neighbor, and eared for until the ambulance
arrived and carried him to the City Hospital.
? and brothers were nol In the ball
when be escaped. Hou they i ach? l the hall t<
die is a mystery, it is supposed that Mr. Reich
? :??! a moment after Sigmund re-entered
the house, but his anxiety about th? welfare nf
hi? wife- and daughters caused him to throw
?ils discretion. Reich started to go back
With two sons. They liai only entered when ih??>
were overcome, and f'-'i together Inside tha
closed door, with their feet toward the door and
t heir fai ea toe au d the sta bra
How Min. Reich and her two daughter*
reached tha baeemenl hall and were Imprisoned
there is s matter of pure conjecture Tha moel
? ible explanatli n offer i la that they wen
the Aral members of thi family aroused by th?
gmoka and weni downatalrg to Investigate ai
while th ?y gave ih" alarm endeavored I.m bal
the flamea; tl il when they attempted toi , ?
ihey wore overcome by the ? and fell in ?
? together. The bodies -f the daughter!
led the body of the mother from the flamea
Mra Reich waa only slightly burned, ami
County Physician ? onverae, who examined thi
bodies, expreset i the opinion that death waa dut
to auffocation The other bodlea v
burned.
The origin of the Are u not poaltlvely known
It ih> bell ? ? '-J to ha i ell h'-r by :
defective flue or a live cool, wh h dropped fron
ove In 1 i : rlor, The Are i insum?
the Aooring and the si fell Into the basemen i
hall. All Hi- v,.Iwork In the lowi r hall Ii
dei ply chari ed, ? the Are I tu n<
fiercely, The flamea ate through the Aooring at
i de of the stalra leading iu the upper flooi
j u\ ? nue of esi ii"- Tin
d i little ? J : 11 .:ii-: ? to any of the rooms
ept a pori on i*f the flooring of tha rear par
lor. The evidence of the dense smoke waa every
where visible, as the walls, i elling, furoltun
and bedd ng were coated with so,,t black.
The delay In recovering th--1 bodies caused un
pleasanl critiolsms of the Fire Department yea
iy. Henry Reich charges tha fireman wltl
i dice and neglect. Hi sa> ? thai the] wen
? .. .n answering the call, and their condltl >i
ated thai they had been celebrating th?
Arst day of the new yi-.ir. He made this state
ment to a Tribune reporter: "I ran back to tht
came, and toll
thai m> father, mother, brothers and sis
i re i ai ire In the hou.'-. am
i them to i;o in and save them
them ri piled, 'Go In y >ui lelf.' I aaki fl then ti
hurry up with the ladder, and one man, whi
was struggling ?in. a ladder, naked me, iio.s
a : i gel ii apV They could have saved mj
pei pie if th.'-y had been aober and acted llki
mi n. I begged them to po into the bouse, bui
?y refused, and oi ly stood near tha d >or an..
poured water ir, until :!;?- Are waa out"
The alarm was given at '?'? .".- o'clock. It war
after 4 o'clock when Chief Engineer John Con>
way entered the building in 'jii'-^t of the bodies
lie paased through the hall, noti.-ina; the bodlet
of Mr Reich and in? two youngeai sons. Hi
coi ? !?.! a Ii ntei n, Th< ? hl< ( ? ntei d l he real
i : r. He did not >?*??? the hole In i i n orlni
and fell Into thi I i ement He reci Ive l i
I es on the foi? head and n ?. md a loni
of the thli h. li" -v.-is ex?
tricated and taken home Th? chiefs injures
although painful, are not aerloua. it ?
tea ,.t.-r i ? ; ?re the b dli s were fount
und the v ?'> summoned
..-?n aplaln the .Play by st itln? tha'
t any i wa ? In thi
Batta ? Chlei Kern, who arrlvei
...,,,, a! the fit- laid "When we arrived thi
... aere shooting oui of the door Wi
promptly raised I iddera t i the b* i nd atory, ani
i,r >mi i ' ..;? " d m i found the i- da a ere rs
We then, naturally, concluded thai thi Inmatei
hod ' aped Thai ?? ? flami "? ??!! i
aj ti, ? Ara waa i mflni ? to the twi
?,,ll: md thi I? i ?? :: nol ? -1 1300 or |4O0
Xhi i ? into only i n< r ?m, ?hi re in?
ri. ! Th.- Bremen were al
sober and worked well ft aeema Incredlbli
lid bavi n sairltioe,
In r? i, ? small Are. bul the unfortunates wen
?d before the firemen were called. There wet
. delaj and all the apparatus arrived almoai
uid ? ?? V cklj ?t work
y,,,., | >?. |.. ? ? Teilt , rn rn hla bums
i i aa In s si -'? I ?'' Kernel I .... I not
. , hla :? inarka about thi
,,, d\ .. ,,,. lumi d thai ihe family ha.
net] and were bein? attended trj nefghlura
and did not, f? a moment Imagine thai an)
one muid poaafhly bava haen oaaajM in tn<
building, escape seemed so eaay.
, WAR RUMOR FROM THE EAST.
j RKPORT THAT T?1I0 BMOLIBH APMIHAT,
PIRKO ON A RUSSIAN MAN-OF-WAR,
1 nothing KNOWN of tuf: MATTF.R IV OFFICIAI,
QfARTKRS in UMTDOK, w!!i:rk the RE
PORT CACHES A SENSATION.
London, Jan. 2.?A rensatlon has been caused
\ by a rumor from Plymouth that the English
1 Admiral has fired on a Russian man-of-war In
Chinese waters.
Nothing Is known as to the matter at the
Foreign Office or the Admiralty.
The morning papen publish also the state*
; ment that England Is pressing China to declare
Port Arthur a free port. Tt Is supposed that the
present? of British warships there Is Intended
: to Insure freedom of nccesq fnr trading v?asela
"The Dally Ornphio" laserts that it h:is an
( thority for the assertion that no agreement ex?
ista between Russia and Germany with regard
to china; that Germany occupied Klao-Chan
I without Russia's copniznnce, nnd that the occu?
pation annoyed the advisers of the ezar.
A dispnt.h to "The Times" from Peking.
dated Friday, aaye:
'Th<- arrangements with Russia for the guar?
antee loan are actively proc.ling; and when
leted He- Russians on tha plea of super
vl Ing ti.- e He lion of the land tax will obtain
the right to enter every Yemen m the Empire"
?
MORE HUMILIATION V<>U CHINA.
A COMMANDANT DISMISSED at THB DEMAND of
Tltn OEBMAM AMBAMADOB
Berlin, Jan. 2. it is announced th.it China hn?
yielded to the demand of Baron Heyklng, <;?
man ambassador at Peking, for the dismissal
of thi mi tant of i ? Chinese garrison at
Ti ?? Chow Province of Rhan-Tang, because ol
the use of threatening language to the German
lonarles 1 here.
nt has telegraphed a
t the commandant
Ac ordlng to r\ dlapatch to the Associated Presa
on Saturday, Baron Heyklng, In making bis de
mnnd for the dlsm ' tha ? ?mandant, insiste!
, ropy of t!.? t.- efci ,?-. of dl n Itwal al
laid before him b) 8 o'clock next Thursdaj evei
The Tsiing-ll-Yan requ ???! the An
.. nl then until I o'.io, k that evenli a
: taking ,i reply to the deman I
whereupon u threatened to leave Peking,
?
RAILWAY To PORT ARTHUR.
CRtKBM CONSENT to RUSSIAN BURVSTI or
TAINED.
Iyopdon. Jan ? T1 a Ht. Petersburg correspond?
ent of "The Timos" saya:
"It is reported thit China has ?riven consent bi
?: Ian s irv.'.vs for a railway to Port Aninr ai
a branc i ol v." Russl m Trana Man 'hurla R .
ixt I
Rallwa: i tip dated thai the ro ite la ?
?? apltal city of the Chinese '
ssty."
Mukden Is the capitnl of th* Province of I,ea<v
Ton<<. Ifanohurla, and Is .ibnur thre? hundred and
mllea northeast of p..kin?, it waa the last
? "f tin Ifanchu aoverelgna t.efor? theli
china, end Is the place where t?o'
t.ir,> Emperors of the reigning dynasty are buried
? ?
RT-PSIA'S AOENT IN COREA.
I.ARfiE POWBRfl OF M *LBXEIBPF OREAT HRIT
AIN'S MAN A IH'MMT.
.<t Petersburg, .inn. 2. It Is announced that M
Kuril A!"Xe|,(T has hc?n Invented with full po?>n
"to promote the development of the commereu
relations between Russia and Corea m compet?
t. ri with British and Japanese Influences, ?ni t<
.iid in furthering tin- prompt construction of tb?
proje ?? >xi hurch at Seoul."
The "Mov? ? V'remj i," mmentlng apon the re
?p? rtlve POSltl eis of M ' . wri und M Alex
eteff under the compi e1 by an arrange
ment, ., ? ordlng io which ?'..'? two will w >rk th?
? | ,i
gard Mr. Brown n? th* repr?
tentative of the Brl l?h fl % l?e la a mera "
lu i ha a? rvlce of i he Oovernment. dir
tha istoma II. Alexelefl will attend In a hlgnei
as adv ir to th? i ? ? a Minis) ry of PI
i
I ? 'KovostP says:
tny aerloua . ontlict b?tw>en England und -in
- Power would be certain to excite rebellloi
smong i it dit hritatn'n AsIh'I" subjecta The onlj
? ? open tn Qre.it Hrttaln ij fully to malntah
th" h'atu.s quo In A.-iii mi o to !'? rvc frlendlj
i latlona nitn Russia."
?
BFF\n RIOTS tN 8ICILT.
TR'XiPB CAUJKD 'ill lOTERg FIRB on ani
I/wit A PUBLIC BtTTLDnra
Home .Lin 2. Th" "Tribuna" reports tha? br^.V
rioti hava oeourred In the Province of Qlrgentl
.-? ih ,, .? t? rn have fired m end looti d lh<
Ing The troops have been ciiie,
BWGE8T CBVRCB IN AMERICA.
ITS UEMBKRa ARB CHRnWIAN SOIENTIgTB ANI
TWENTT. FOUR HUNDRED JOINED fEBTI
i oston Jan ': (Special). The most remarksbl?
demonatratlon In tha history of Christian Bele?o
... .. , ,? en here to-day The First Church of Chrtal
??ns la? re seed Its m? ml ershlp withli
twelve months by thirty right hundred. There wen
admitted al the beginning of last July more thai
fourteen hundred, and iwenty-four hundred mon
lolned today. The total msmbersblp is aiiou
ten thousand and i' la said tu be tha largest In
-hv.i, ii] .hurch in the United States of any du
nomination
,\ | (he esrvire to-day not only was th* enfin
Itj of the ? lifl ??? fully occuptV d, ici
four hundrad i" raona at lod thr lush ait the eel : ?
i ???? llanna read a message from the Rev. Man
Baker Kddy, tho founder of the church, addreeaei
o, i i members, auggeating a change 4 the Com
, mutton Sunday from the first Bundsyi In Julj sti
January to the first Bundaya In June and December
no that Commtinlon might ho separated from th?
holl lay ezcltem? nt
WITB THF BAQOAOE OAR ON FIRF.
THE WIND FANNED THE FLAMES AS Tltr TRAT*
RACED F? >R A FtniVO.
Ft. Louis, Jan 1 * th< itricd eomptuiy playtni
[n Old ' ? tucky" I?f* Kansas City last night or
a special train of tl ree bee over 'he Wabask
i to Bl Louis. An hour sfter atsrtlng thr
front '-nd of the bsggags ?r was discovered to b?
? on fire The sngineei crowded on all steam K
make a aiding ai Fleming Biatlon, ten miles ahead
The wir : fanned the ti in ? - until they ,,
hi ird above the nar of the flying train When th?
: Riding was reach? : tt ? ",? ,;,n ?;:'1
. was Tail to burn The company lost its i
, .. . . , . .N.,f,o/|v was Injured,
? ? tha train of ? rrlved st the t nton .v.
I ,|,,n ?t 10 o'clock this morning I la alleged th?
"nslneer ta ? ? '"': ? ' r ? ?-;?n'1 t0
?top when the tu., w?a dh
ACCUBBD OF MURDERING BIS MOTHER.
Philadelphia ?an. ! Urs Mary Lamb, of No.
2":\ Cuthtx rt-si . died I nlghi In the Medlco-Chlr
? | i Ho-pl'al from a fracture 1 skul!, and h?M
a by a flrsl ho band la und? r arresl lapido
... I her deal Tin it's i ime Ii
Malachl Bcannell I.ate ia?t nlt;ht Mrs Lamb waa
found lying nt the foot ' "? atalra in her home.
Bha was i. loua nd her body a la i ivered
m ., prutses The pollee, it is said, learned that
. \% .n.to-i ind b? r j n had been quarrelling on
-, ,. year's Bve geeanell srlll bavi ^ bearing tu
_
t FOUR PER CENT IDVANCE IN WAOES.
Pottavllle, Penn . Jan I (Special).?The commit?
tee of the Bohuylliill C?ml Exchange bag fix.
rats i-f wii(jf?-.H 'l> t1? I'Ol'? 10 nilner? !n thr Schuyl
klll refl?n ten the laat tialf of Decenmer And the
tlrst half of January at U fi-t This Is 4 per cent
?t ?vu the CW basis. Intrlng last year the rate ot
wages paid never went below the basis. The hlarn
*?t w????'? paid w?nre I per eeai Ht?ove ;h<- i>u?i<i
. ,?? i. ; . -i | , ? i ? ? n In Ma] sad Beptem
! t rate paid waa a
_ jun? ? - ?he tira) Urna for /? ira tha
t?lt, ri-, m ru-ir.ir.if betow the batata
f ,r a period il iwelv? months, Tn? condniun ol
,'i-( ?7.000 nine employe? of ;he Reading t'ial .?n.\
jr,)n" . . conalderably improved, mji.1
Unir un/.u'i**Uu? Ij> ihe aaaaaBW 1'i.luu Is nearly
oaaonleted.
DELAY I\ INDU DEPRECATED.
A 0OT,r> BASIS PROMPTLY OR THE MINTS
MUST BE reopened
Tandon. Jan. 3? "The Times." In Its finan?ai
article this morning, tiroes placing the Indian cur?
rency upon g k-oM basis n? sonn as po?sllil?, for
otherwise tha nilnts must be reopen? ?1.
KILLED I\ THE TR0LLB1 COXD?IT.
A BECHABRfg BEAD COT OPP wiut.K HE WAu
AT WORE DRDEBOBOURD AT F"i r.TM
AVE. A\;> TWBRTT TMIHi' ST
James Keegaa, who was employed in making re?
pairs on the conduit of the anofergrouad trolley
line In Kourth-av., at Twenty-thtrd-et, whet*
the Lexington-ave line er isaea, was instantly
killet while nt work yesterday afternoon. AkMBS
In a dark subterranean chamber nt the point men?
tioned, the reung ma ban a ta encane.i in Bat?
ting th.- met;u fe? nee work taget - with b It?
it was i : i.v task, and aeeel of Keegaa'a time
waa occupied In : . iwiftlj running cablea,
the cri;.s of the oars of the Lexlngton-eva Una
and the abeea of the etsrtrlc-cara in Pourth ava
There w,,s ne ana delegated i i atara 'tie work?
man of tha approach i I the car? on either of ?he
lines, and the only llifht he had la work by was
that Which altered through the slots of the cable
and electric linos.
When Keegaa'a body was found, abeat I o'clock
yesterday afternoon, the bead .1 been eeauptete
ly severed from it and his arms and legs were
broken. The ; ij thai li waa the ik.r
??? bl h ? trtc-t .ir aril h the
wir.'? bel on ground ti I killed Keegaa, bai loua
far t: . ;. havi k? ? n m num?
ber a car which : : man The
i the fatal mis
hap 01 curred be
they indei ?
on tha downtown I
a few minutes I ?.- Keegan met his d-ath
Ji > Hog. ano ? it ?o
-".'S I
traek I ? ind Twenty-thlrd-sl
ng ti ?- ill? ? Keei el r- ?rlna
ice In
wanted
he called dowi I i igh the ? ble grip -i ?? lo K ?
g in, but gol ii ii ?rue
. ., ? i
helo? After . - ? h I ?
? i
the head ind bod of I I
? I '? aide? ilk. There Ion f Kei
. bul I'ollci . .<*: t. M '.
of the Wi ? Tim lletl
notification of the fact. 1
nearest telephone, Metll
for si ? n It
So: t respond? ras dead
aal
t tha
Ki . i ?ti ';!'.' rtm
miiis. the i mtrai lor who Is maktnj
... trie 111
m m i h?
i i K< eg mil
..> i. nth-st, where he had
wt ra Informi \
?
BVCCEED8 N./Y Id'HAHD DASTERB.
A IiARnvFT-rr rOMEa To A V""V i BKOI
LBAPARd A PBECABIom EXBh>
gBCE IN nil" WEPT
Portland, Ore. .1 in 2 .'l.r.-i /? h?m?r? Paven
p irt, a young Englishmen, in lesdtng a
d-to-mouth sxtstenca h ilnce August,
ha ? ? ? ? B i ' ' '?? ' ? ad a i1 -
announcing tha death of 1 - ? a sir Richard Pea?
I vera, of Danvera Coun, Lincolnshire, Engtai
informing htm thai be bad succeeded to "ij estate
end title Money for the trip to England was tele
frraphed him by Amerl an agenti of the eata
? nai ita : ted to take Itan ?.
Pavenpori drifted Into Portland laal autumn lie
had been In Chicago, San Francisco and ?? Dumber
of other AmiTi -an titiea
?
FOOTBALL PLAY?ETE Pack BROKE*.
A PATAL
AHIDENT MAUS A
sXMtBla.
camp: iv i-Ai.i
Marysvflla r?l-. Jan 2- In th? foathan ma'cn be
t?''ii llarysvtlle and BTheatlanda elttfca Claude
kfanwell, 1 : tVheatlanda had hla backbone beskee
1 -1 recovery Is imp>ss'.hi?>, h.> being toi
hf.-i
e
TH F OBROJfA'B MEE SAFB ABSORB.
WRECKAGE WHICH INDICATES rHAT THI aims
1 -. DSTEAMER V"fNi>r.l([i.
Maura*. N I Jaa L?The d meter ?o the
Thompson Line steamer ?'?*r na ?<?( leal lalai 1
yesterday bi rnlng, while 01 1 voyage from Port?
land. Me., to Loi I that sun
sd the fate of thin
? iptaln Baxter, caused mu h excitement to Ii
H Ifax. Pntn to-night It a
whether the two 1 of mer: h 1 I
In rea I ? ? :
here at a late hour sa ? it I in ist
m in nami I Carl, win ' I
? ? ' ? r AI fret w
whl h binde I at M I rbor. Is . I
... ,>. 1
the 1 . cap! .m and t ? an n Ii - ?? t ? -,
boat 1 rrtved at i
from there for Tai
. , m o. ati im< r
Ite; ? .? ? b.'ate
that the 1 : I not long a)
Ii 1 to (hi i- ? ro dead
drifted In and I
Bable Light reporti :
I of hay end a ba lly - I boa I have
1 ..'.':.ire II
Imn dl itel) sfter the n t of
? reck prepai
ra ti ircl
lp. The I 1 la ?
? rnmenl si' amer N'. a l<
lat? r. The at? ' 11 ? hlch sr.
rived 1 ? ' from Boaton. g 1
IK?? I to-di
and Llvi rpool th.- !.. I I
rhlck " ? falilng
The two
th? ? for 1 G 1 Th? ?
would rea rhborhood of the dlaaater Ibis
... .?.u- un? ?i i la al au
: from to-morrow
?
FACED DEATB FOR FOUR DATE.
nmCVm <">r THIRTY rTvr: BIBBBI rjfPBlBOBBD
IB A PLOOOCt) MINK.
City of Mexico, Jan. ? Val ?-'? have
heen in enrularte? regarding 'he liaaster at the
., . , ? gnn Joel De Osrcte. at Ouanajuato \
Arst it whs reported thai thirty Bva miners had
bann drowned In the lower worktaga of the mine
authentic but brief 1 rti reeetved
irhich show that 1 saati ?
work In the lot I when they 1 itl >-l thai
i th.- water was I I 1 iod
1 be mu?" alarmed Win n ? - 1
i toward them In ??r. 1
. turne t Into 1 ineten ?? ? tha men m 1 le ?1
,, ?, for the laddera They stayed within reaching
nee of a hli er level, ami
-, the time came ? >r the ahlft to so to the
1 irfaci and " ?Id ? ? ?
i/ncd. A
to the n e. but It was di
. ? ? : -nor..
than 10 ascertain that there was . 1
ti ..1 in ? ie loan r working
naturally all hoi ?? ? I ? I md thi
families of the minen
was 1
?? ? ? ?f party, ai
hut without hoi the ,1.
minera had no i?rht r-fuae. arid re.? ued them
Th? ; r : ? :?,..(, xhaus
tlon, having had ring ?11 t)..
? 1 ?" ma 1 :
\?^p- ao weak thai the} could hardly move All
v rescued, ho?et - (he surfs
an n Joldng - ?
und the fsmlllaa of the 1
FOU A FI 111. Ml y IS'BTMAECB COMPANY.
Reading, Pena, Jar. : W. \v B/aadar, of this
city, secretary of the gtate Ptremen'a a?, lat?an,
haa kwued dreulars to all the fir? nompai ?
the st.u.? Inviting them to aaalat in tha argantaa
1 riremea'a Insuranoa a^- . lattoa of
l aylvanla The circular ?uy* Uadef th?
presen 1 system th? Bremen do the work and the
Insurance Companys make the money 1^-? us
start ar.d do the work, and leap pun of the money
for our companies."
.--a
OBOIB KV?BM BWOOWB ?E 0W?BJOM.
While the H.-v. Charlea It. Dodd, paitor of the
Pedd'.?- Memorial Church, Bewarh, ?a? in the
? of his sermon yesterday morning Ml??
Teresa OpiHm, aae *el toe atogsta m the sheer,
suddenly fell from per seal In s swoon The ceea
motlon hi the choir caused some confusion in the
Mogremtloa, ami several peopia made their way
to (he doors. M-,, Collins was taken Into the paa
tora study and revlvtxl. and waa than taken to
bier borne in Roaevllle.
CURRENCY REFORM.
RF.rORT OF THF, MONKTART COMMIS?
SION.
REinyMENDATIOVR MADB COVERINI THF EX
PU'TT AFFIRMATION OF THE OOI.p STAND
ARf>. THE CREAT!' N OF A DIVISION ->F
ajBfflJ AND REt'EMPTm* TV THf! TRI*AB
i riv rrrPAitTMENT. for tiif. rb
i kmpti .v of vote* ano silver,
ANP THE tffUOVAL RETIREMENT
OF <;? iVERNMEVT HOTgSJ AN?
TU gVsaTTTTOTRM of
HANK i't'ltl'.I'V-T
Washington. ,Un 2. The preliminary r? r?rt
of the Monetary ronillllaadim. ennfalnln? the plan
of currency reform i '. ? <? I ire' Bag with
a full tfcerntBNoa f the subject and a ma-? f
Statistics end ther Informador lia* t ? ? ti ?ent
?ut by iU" Bseentlve Ceeamlttee ' M ?tan
apoii? Oenveattea Pillowing are the main
point? of the argument and the plan
THF 3TANM D
The moat serteaai SVB of our pr??ent ?ttuatlnn IS
! the threatened degr a d a t ion of 'ir monet ir, ?'end
I ard
In ? ich a ? hf] * . steeg
standard la whatever a n i
I It may he. . f thr VOt?B It tj
therefore, of I I I
?
law, bal - i ?
, a? th? drat and ' i ?
m.c tan B| atan au Met?M t
; ? s who nuffer most from a leara ' ?
standard ai Ike I revi ?
- , ' ? ? ..nij seed ? ? Isnge
all erhrtlng evUa ? Basra MM ar ftsaarl
? ? : ?
Th- Best the si ? ? ?
ird
Tti. r? ere -im? eeeaekleretl se as ta the el *
ard which ought I ?
' I ' re tn? ? #
I muet have a
Ml i rk ? y
. >' ? It
muet be du ? M
h mV" ? ' ??
bulk; mus? rave. ?? a
a n-, ? . - I in ord
... i . ,
?
lltlane Th? rltteed e II rere
deters ad I ? ' a goal. |gg
sa nt. kewever poaerfs I ? ? m
r, without
ata of ail it? people sttemp ? ?? y
The- r destlaetl ?a fcatweaa I ?
? .... - edttsai
' . . ?. U '.(>?' it | ? ? v. - ? I ? * I
ard of ? ii ?a ??'i iheays ssrve also as < I
. ich inga. other ferme ef
ai it ; h* a BUltSl n?.
? h?-n thetr convertltitllty ?t pe? i
are) money Ik ??s ;rr |, Any ! ?- t BV
tberwfetre ef see el tere k '?* The Bret i I t?
?aat which ha? been adiipte.l ha ?
value. The BSOOad kind Is !l.?t Which 1? ?
refafwace to Ra mirket relus <? ? ?>. re
oslvaMa al par, se > ?? i ble at pa i
the staa ? ird mon? > t ' gold hi the
rency ef the first kind I BtStSI
tlonal hank note?, ?liver i! our- I M
and minor coin? are ssBtwaei of tl
The f?ce ralea ef the sllv-r >
r rf'i.) ih? sjtwer ei
ceeda their hull'on valu?, ?rid BaSf Bleraf from the
not* I'sue? only la the f I I M the tna'e
whleh t.'.i'V Mr.? m id? ' n? B4SJM tnarkrt * | ?
bullion t'ndef nM>d?rra I ? I ? ?? ?? i I
?e i, tha rge ef debts ?t i
? ? -i p i ? !.. * ?eft
.... , , . .
work whleh the n i
? I ; ? ? ''rms ha the ei gee ?af tl -1)1?
relatively sasalt, yet I ? ? ? i ?
? BBSS I M th? ?i ,-. im ! It?! ". ?
?r. is caaeerttbte nt p ir late *- n mere n.?y
then i.e whatever, and us mu. h. sf the repre?*nts
tree forms t kaes d l .?
;..-..? m roaj ir.
her hand, if th? ,f?nd?rd sf SfJai t ?
.??'!-?! tl .re B* asearily followe a loee of |
. ?? a ef credit snd ef
f ?mi f . irreti"\ ?: | , ItatXjuei 4 '
. . ?
Th- . ! tn.-n not BaSBB
loss, sad ' resalta,
n..t in eoatreetl m it ta i gn satbis
.????????
A? goM BOSrSSS SS Saltas from an le?s! .
r, if ? u. i ii i?
sceralMi.ent "at Its walghl SIM purity
? : at th* 11 a ri j air. ? " snd th ? ?
?? fJeanj rr.in-i.t ? ?tump that R pos.. ... ? *
gMSJttSM, :l la. uni It PUgh? 10 continue ?
'. ??. fres i otaage ? m th* other as
per i ? ' ; ?ti ?>ov
. r n na? ? ? l tal - ' m I ted legal ? te ?
' I ?-.-?! :i >m th<- mint a In
? r and should be n- es
? ingei ?t the Treaaary m eenvenasBl MulnV
, ?? ? i . la at par Uaaler tt.:? syetees I era
could be : > ?rliirrar> rouiri.ct! t. c.r exp.ir.elin of
in i urreacy, nor any tampering with the
lard f valu", and the people woild then r.irry
In the ISaTgOf Sf th? Tren?ury 1)?
partmeni the srai I ?POO the tolnaua of ?liver,
? d copper
Mr | ' a if fellow'CHtseos have hop?d In all fin
rerlty that the pro ?en, of th* Mandard would be
! v international bimetallism. An eartiest
rft?! t ha? Leert mule to reallr? that hope, pSTl It
no* be shandoned The only alternative?,
?????' r<- nre ?he continued maintenance of the #?.
latins goM ?tindard, or the adoption of th* ?liver
?tanlard. If the latter alternative tie taken, the
obhaatlene el th.? ITBtted ?t?te?, of th? state?, sf ?i,
m?inl'upalltle?, of all prhate crporatlon?. and of
ad kndtvtduala, the receipt? of Income from every
f the ;?' '?' si sf ? -?es ,f meuraaee, the
.. site Ig hink? and ?nv!n<r fajafg?, an 1 the w*j*.e?
' il .r. arttl then la pay?t |e |n a der ase 1 ??
(,re i,tr. 1 currency, aril II llvli'iai i?.l , .irpor >;?
and ?* eat , ' .in. Mat) aal dt- r,
will follow If the former altcnaMv? he f iken. and
try means l?r adopted to ?ecute the
M gaM ataaderd, ?he .?- m ..f th?
Iry Will be al debt can
I? refunlwl Bl lower I -i'es t>,e . .,
capital of ihe w.?Tld will cme here t i rind BsvAtaMs
.,,,... M..j o.ir . luntn w'i enfef nsg pr ?
,? i era e y sysesea asef
a ?tahle ?-.f '.irl af 11 Ml
I me?ni? BeaaaaaaTI M cftahiiah and pr??erva
i ? Me-iane? ot
the gold ?tandard ?re
Fir?? An espUett kgtslattve leflnltlen of Ike * '?
?.I a pie!?.. B tl it will he maltitu
1 A isgeBemant that a'l o llgati n? public
and private, ur.i??? sfJasra BS BtSJ llat 1 in th? con
?-s ? Shall (?? p?>ahl? in cmforml'y with that
standard.
Tnlr ! T?a- ?V.ptlon of a p.m for the ?radual re?
tirement of the outstandln?: not? lomje? ..f it? liov
err. nient
A? th? ?old deposited for certificate? rannet be
ti?e i |f the <,o\?rnm--nt and as the lame of gn|J
, crrtWVetee I? of no adv?nt?ea to the iJcvirnnt?.ii
Bf to the people, ?here does not ?eern to te any
reason for their continued t??ue.
OOVF.RNMKNTB PKMANI? ? .HLIOATICiN'a
At the BSesasM time the fsaSassssBassl lia? no fund
f,.r the payment of it? dem?nd ol Illation? .i e,.t
? i. irener?! halanc? tn the Treamiry applle?bla
alike to the payment of ?II due? i tur lesasBSjeg are
un.erain In ?mount, our ??perntlture? ?re large
and growing, and llahle to vary It I?, therefore,
uncertain whether we ?hall have at any particu?
lar time an ade jua'? fund for the redemption of
the demand obligation? without recourse to bor
rowtns llorruwln? I? an Ineffectual ree.iurr?. he
ci?u?e. under the law a* It ?taint? the
have beaa paid mu?t be nturti.d t. eirculatlcti
and ?<? ni i\ l>e i ?ed .>v. r and over I i di m i>ul the
I borrowed fold
It I? rl??ar that, wtth Intereat to pay on IM'omtES
j ?M indebtedneso, Incurred chiefly, if not Wholly, fea

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